Warning: This article contains major spoilers for the Loki season 2 finale.
Not to start this article by quoting Paul Rudd, because he’s not the star of this particular property Kang has hit, but, “Look at us, who would have thought? Not me!” Loki — yes, probably the raven-haired angry God who suffers from a big “youngest child syndrome” who could not catch a break – is now the most important character in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe after the amazing end of the second season of his name Disney Plus. show.
On the flip side, there is something about it Lokian ending that feels rather inconclusive for the character, and a third season doesn’t seem to be on the cards at the moment. So what does the conclusion of the Mischief character arc mean for him and his future?
Loki’s “last evolution” explained
Loki has been through a lot. He’s gone from the hero’s misguided brother to the vengeful villain of a culture-changing movie, to a fan favorite sidekick, to the star of his own show, and, finally, the master of all time and space. His character journey is unlike any other in the MCU as, in the end, he decided to sacrifice his life to save the multiverse from total destruction.
Loki now sits on his throne at the end of time, using his powers of time and space manipulation to keep the timeless branches of time stable and alive in the tree of life known as Yggdrasil. I used “time” a lot in that sentence, I know, but are you watching Loki? That’s all they talked about!
Is Loki the one left?
Well, yes and no. He now faces the same lonely fate as Jonathan Majors’ character, but the name “He Who Remains” refers to the fact that the previous time lord was essentially the last mutant Kang standing after the First Miscellaneous War.
There are many variants of Loki roaming around the different timelines now, just like Kangs, because the Asgardian god made sure that no timeline had to be cut in his version of the multifaceted, giving each inhabitant free will.
A more accurate version of Loki’s new title, then, would be God of Stories, borrowed from the comics, or God of Time. Perhaps, in time, we’ll hear other characters in the MCU refer to him by one of those names or perhaps a third option.
Whatever you prefer to call it, Loki is now the ruler of all worlds. Just like He Who Remains, but much more iconic.
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